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Cultural Anthropology A Reader For A Global Age

Author : Kenneth J Guest
ISBN : 9781324000778
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Best-selling author Ken Guest presents the essential readings and diverse voices that will help students understand their rapidly globalizing world. This concise, affordable reader is designed to complement any introductory syllabus and is the perfect companion to Guest’s market-leading texts.
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Cultural Anthropology A Toolkit For A Global Age

Author : Kenneth J Guest
ISBN : 9780393265002
Genre : Social Science
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The Second Edition of Ken Guest's Cultural Anthropology: A Toolkit for a Global Age covers the concepts that drive cultural anthropology by showing that now, more than ever, global forces affect local culture and the tools of cultural anthropology are relevant to living in a globalizing world.
Category: Social Science

Alive On The Andrea Doria

Author : Pierette Domenica Simpson
ISBN : 9781614481416
Genre : Transportation
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One half-century later, the catastrophic ramming of the MS Stockholm into the Italian luxury liner the SS Andrea Doria in 1956 is relived in this candid, heartrending account. Author Pierette Domenica Simpson, who, with her grandparents, survived the tragedy off the shoals of Nantucket, shares the human and technical aspects of what has become known as the greatest sea rescue in history. As only an eyewitness can do, the author presents survivors' recollections in dramatic vignettes that meticulously re-create a horrific event-one that could have been another Titanic. Both poor immigrants and wealthy travelers give their accounts of ultimate despair and infinite elation after staring at their own reflections in the black ocean that night and seeing death stare back. Equally dramatic are the revelations of new facts exposed by nautical experts from two continents facts that solve the "mystery" of who was to blame for this most improbable collision between two ships on the open seas.
Category: Transportation

French Kiss

Author : Chantal Hebert
ISBN : 9780307369468
Genre : Political Science
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Chantal Hébert’s first book is both a post-mortem of the Canadian federation that died on January 23, 2006, the night of the last federal election, as well as a brilliant examination of our changing political future, one that involves living with Quebec rather than just wooing it. On that night, award-winning political writer and broadcaster Chantal Hébert stood in a Calgary convention hall with 2,000 Alberta Conservatives, who were raucously cheering the election of ten Tory MPs from Quebec. The Conservatives would not have gotten their man in office without Quebec, and now the future success of the Harper government hinges on turning this one-night stand into a long-term relationship. More than ten years ago, the Quebec-Alberta coalition cobbled together by Brian Mulroney dissolved, leading to the births of the Bloc Québecois and the Reform Party. As a result, Alberta and Quebec took their marbles out of federal play, and Ontario got to run Canada. Have we now come full circle? By the time this book is published, the Liberal Party of Canada may have morphed into the Liberal Party of Ontario (or Toronto). And the Canadian Left will have chosen a camp in preparation for a decisive federal election battle. Provocative and always worth listening to, Chantal Hébert is at her savvy and insightful best in French Kiss. No Canadian can be truly informed on the subject of Canadian politics without the benefit of her non-partisan commentary. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Political Science

Professional And Practice Development

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ISBN : MINN:31951D00405105O
Genre : Medical offices
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Program consists of a series of dramatizations and vignettes, each followed by a discussion. Discussions relate to areas of importance in clinical practice, including problems encountered and development of strategies of problem avoidance.
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Dangerous Markets

Author : Dominic Barton
ISBN : 0471429732
Genre : Business & Economics
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A corporate guide to crisis management in volatile financial markets Current financial crises in Argentina, Japan, and Turkey are being played out on the front pages of newspapers, and these are just the most recent financial crises that have rolled across the globe in the last decade and whose far-reaching impact hurts business around the world. Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises recognizes that no global corporation or financial institution can afford to ignore the potential of a financial storm and will help top management and financial professionals navigate through this often disastrous maze. While many books discuss financial crises and their ramifications, none has presented an action plan for managing these storms—until now. Dangerous Markets: Managing in Financial Crises presents a method that allows executives and financial professionals to recognize the warning signs of a financial crisis and act appropriately before the situation spirals out of control. Based on years of research and practice in cleaning up the mess, McKinsey consultants Barton, Newell, and Wilson reveal the warning signs of potential financial catastrophes and provide unique principles that can be followed to shape and manage a strategy for survival.
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China Vignettes

Author : Dominic Barton
ISBN : 9789810580919
Genre : Business & Economics
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* Offers readers a compelling glimpse into the complexity and richness of daily life in China * Showcases thirteen short stories from promising new Chinese authors Citizens of the world are familiar with the myriad changes that are buffeting tradition-based China. But what do these changes really mean to the people within the country’s borders? Chinese life at a household level is captured in this new book, which seeks out and shares with the reader the lived experience of everyday people, from coast to interior, city to countryside, and across the widening income divide. This book interviews thirty Chinese men and women from different walks of life and from different regions. Interviewees provide their household budget, a typical daily chronology, and they share a sense of each day’s pressures and priorities. In addition, thirteen well-known Chinese writers, commissioned by editors at Rongshu Publishing, have contributed short stories presenting daily life from the points of view of different ages, genders, professions, income levels and life situations. Essays by well-known Chinese sociologist Deng Weizhi and political scientist Cao Peilin complete the book. The text is supplemented with some 150 black-and-white photographs and a set of nine tables and charts. With contributions by: Yu Wen-Xin, Wang Xiao-shan, Gao Jia, Old Cat, Xie Zheng-Yi, Jiang Fang Zhou, Xiao Yi, Lin Chang-Zhi, An Chang-He, Liu Fang, You Fan, Enya, Liu Tong, Deng Weizhi and Cao Peilin.
Category: Business & Economics

A Culturally Proficient Response To Lgbt Communities

Author : Randall B. Lindsey
ISBN : 9781452241982
Genre : Education
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High impact strategies to improve student outcomes Positive systemic change begins when school leaders elevate understanding and propel schools toward safe and diverse-friendly environments. To combat anti-gay discrimination, educators often use silence, policy, legislation and compliance. This brave book maintains that building safe and welcoming schools begins not only with effective and appropriate policy but also with inside-out analysis of one’s own beliefs and values. Resulting cultural proficiencies boost empathy and improve learning environments. On this simple premise, readers will find: Inside-out growth through personal stories and case-studies Reflection through activities appropriate for individuals and teams Insight through current responses to bullying
Category: Education

Innovations In Lifelong Learning

Author : Sue Jackson
ISBN : 9781136846915
Genre : Education
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This book opens up ways to engage critically with what counts as innovatory practice in lifelong learning today, locating its discussion of innovations in lifelong learning within an international and comparative framework. Innovations in Lifelong Learning engages first hand with issues and concerns from around the globe, offering an international perspective on current trends through its range of contributions from across the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the US. The broad focus allows for diverse information on the nature of these changes to come together under an assortment of empirical, theoretical and methodological approaches. The book takes three key elements of lifelong learning: learning communities participation and non-participation work-based learning and learning through work. It links these with themes on diversity, social justice and economic and global development so as to negotiate and re-negotiate the constant importance of innovation with employers, learners and educational institutions. All those working in the broad arena of lifelong learning will benefit from this comprehensive examination of current debates in the field, including policy-makers, researchers, teachers, lecturers, educational managers and employers engaged with work-based learning.
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Latino Urbanism

Author : David R. Diaz
ISBN : 9780814724835
Genre : Social Science
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The nation’s Latina/o population has now reached over 50 million, or 15% of the estimated total U.S. population of 300 million, and a growing portion of the world’s population now lives and works in cities that are increasingly diverse. Latino Urbanism provides the first national perspective on Latina/o urban policy, addressing a wide range of planning policy issues that impact both Latinas/os in the US, as well as the nation as a whole, tracing how cities develop, function, and are affected by socio-economic change. The contributors are a diverse group of Latina/o scholars attempting to link their own unique theoretical interpretations and approaches to political and policy interventions in the spaces and cultures of everyday life. The three sections of the book address the politics of planning and its historic relationship with Latinas/os, the relationship between the Latina/o community and conventional urban planning issue sand challenges, and the future of urban policy and Latina/o barrios. Moving beyond a traditional analysis of Latinas/os in the Southwest, the volume expands the understanding of the important relationships between urbanization and Latinas/os including Mexican Americans of several generations within the context of the restructuring of cities, in view of the cultural and political transformation currently encompassing the nation.
Category: Social Science